Development applications on public notification

Public notification is undertaken in accordance with the Development Act 1993 and allows those that may be affected to view and comment on a development application. It allows those notified to examine the proposed development, consider the likely impacts the proposal may have on them, and provide comment (either positive or negative) prior to a decision being made.

What you need to know about making a representation.

The following details must be included for your representation to be valid:

  • Name of representor(s)
  • Postal address and address of affected property.

You should also include:

  • Specific comments
  • Whether the person making the representation wishes to be heard by the Council Assessment Panel.

Please note that, pursuant to Section 38(8) of the Development Act 1993, a copy of each representation received will be forwarded to the applicant for a written response.

In considering the application, the Council will have regard to any representation made insofar as the representation relates to the provisions of the Development Plan.

Should you require more information about the public notification process please see Public Notification and Your Role and Non-Complying Development.

Current notified developments

On 19 March 2021, South Australia's planning system switched to a state-wide centralised portal.

To view development applications on public notification submitted after this date, please see PlanSA's website.